Walmart’s Brand-New Sugar Cookie Popcorn Is Just Right for Watching Christmas Movies

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Grab the remote—and a handful of Sugar Cookie Popcorn.

There’s nothing better than marathoning the best Christmas movies on Netflix right now.  (The Knight Before Christmas, anyone? You know you want to watch it.) But no Christmas movie cram session is complete without a big bowl of this sweet Sugar Cookie Popcorn.

Just add this homemade hot chocolate and a roaring fire!

How Is This Popcorn Even Possible?

According to @JunkBanter on Instagram, Sugar Cookie Popcorn is being sold under the Great Value brand in festive boxes containing six microwavable bags.

The popcorn just looks nearly naked (no sprinkles or glazes to be seen), but the flavor is sweet and salty like kettle corn. It captures the essence of a frosted sugar cookie, and will probably be impossible to stop eating once you start.

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Fire up the microwave, pop up a batch and turn on the TV. The hardest decision will be which movie—or six—to choose. Start by checking to see what’s on the Hallmark Channel.

Where Do I Buy Sugar Cookie Popcorn?

It’s Great Value brand, so this popcorn is exclusively at Walmart. No word on what the popcorn retails for since Walmart doesn’t have it listed on its site yet, but there’s no doubt this is a limited edition. In fact, a hopeful seller has listed a box of Sugar Cookie Popcorn on eBay for $17.99. Sold to the highest bidder! Or just check out your local Walmart.

For sugar cookie-flavored popcorn with even less effort, Walmart also has Cracker Jack Holiday Sugar Cookie Popcorn, complete with festive red and green sprinkles and the sweet Cracker Jack coating you know and love.

Looking for more popcorn flavors? These flavored popcorn recipes are the perfect snack.

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